The bison population at Yellowstone National Park fluctuates between 2300 to 4500 bison.
Yellowstone is home to 2300-4500 bison. They are divided into two subpopulations: the Northern Range and the Hayden Valley. This is the largest population of bison on public land in the country and the only place where bison have lived continuously since prehistoric times.
Visitors often see bison during their trip. The park warns people to stay at least 25 yards away from them, for everyone’s safety.
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